[META] RACC-con 2012: The finalising of details

Arthur Spitzer arspitzer at earthlink.net
Sat Feb 25 13:27:08 PST 2012

On 2/25/12 12:52 PM, Scott Eiler wrote:
> On 2/20/2012 6:17 PM, Scott Eiler wrote:
>> On 2/19/2012 8:11 PM, EDMLite wrote:
>>> Advantages: Benicia is where people in the Bay Area
>>> (who have heard of it) go to have a quiet weekend.
>>> It’s a small town on the water, with a surprising variety
>>> of restaurants and a quirky history (the town was
>>> California’s capital for 13 months, served as an alternate
>>> on the Pony Express route and was the first stop for
>>> the Zodiac killer). Finding a good location for a meeting
>>> of writers should be (relatively) easy and cheap.
>>> Disadvantages: It’s a small town on the water.
>>> Those traveling to the area and hoping to find the
>>> hustle and bustle of San Francisco’s nightlife will
>>> be disappointed.
>> I doubt that's a disadvantage for any of us.
>> I think our convention experience will be enhanced if we all stay in the
>> same community, including Rob. So I favor Benicia, though it'll
>> definitely help me if the Best Western has a van that'll take me back
>> and forth to the ferry terminal.
> ... and to Amtrak in the next town over. Benicia's even more convenient
> for me than I thought. 8{D>
> Hearing no counter-proposals, I think it's time to start planning. Rob,
> were you going to take the lead? Everyone else, Rob (or whoever)
> probably needs to know now if you can or can't make it, and if Best
> Western of Benicia is okay.

Benicia is okay with me...

I assume it's the Best Western Heritage Inn we're talking about that is 
close to where Rob lives?  Rob?

Arthur "Or is it the John Muir Inn?" Spitzer

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